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sensations. one great way to discover new feelings together. looking at the moment the driver of a tractor-trailer ran a red light hitting seven vehicles including a school bus. looking at the moment the driver of a tractor-trailer ran a red light hitting seven vehicles including a school bus. all while he was high on marijuana and heroin. none of the students on the bus were hurt. the incident happened in november outside of pittsburgh. the truck driver admitted he had taken the drugs. he faces multiple charge. >> not just marijuana, but heroin to boot. and got behind the wheel. >> not smart. >> what could go wrong? get ready to say good-bye to the long time and controversial face of major league baseball in cleveland.
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>> yeah, smiling mascot, chief wahoo will disappear from uniforms, hats and stadium after 70 years. cleveland is getting rid of the logo in 2019. baseball commissioner rob manford says the image goes against the game's efforts to promote inclusion and diversity. fans of the tribe there are mixed with the decision. >> people feel then that they're somehow part of this indian tribe and they go down to the stadium with their red face on and make a mockery of what is our spirituality and our culture. >> i am a personal fan of chief wahoo. think it is part of the team history. >> i don't see it as offensive or anything. i see it as being the signal of cleveland, really. >> i think if that is what they need to do because it offends people, that's what they should do.
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as long as they don't phase out the colors, red, white, blue, i'm good. >> it looks cold in cleveland. >> team remains copyright ownership of the logo meand it can profit from the sale of chief wahoo merchandise. >> cleveland american indian movement still hopes the team will change its nickname. tom brady may have abruptly ended his radio appearance in defense of his family but doesn't want the host to lose his job. >> brady cut short an interview with a boston radio station upset about the host who had previously made disparaging remarks about his 5-year-old daughter. >> it is very disappointing when you hear that certainly with my daughter or any child, you know they certainly don't deserve that. >> the station, weei, confirmed that the host had been suspended indefinitely. last night in minneapolis, brady said he certainly hopes the guy isn't fired. >> we all have careers and we all, you know, make mistakes. and, i mean i would hate for some one to have to change their life over something like that. that was certainly not what he intended. >> brady also says he considers
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criticism part of sports. but doesn't think children should be part of that criticism. >> i agree with that. the initial disparaging remark was made while the host was commenting on brady's new facebook reality series called tom versus time. some of the scenes feature his family. and that was one of the first comments that the radio host had to say when they asked what did you think about it? he said found the kids to be annoying. and went on from there. >> all right. >> all right. not the best. guessing he regrets that remark. >> think so. >> when we come back "the bachelor" recap. >> plus, chris pratt shirtless. and it's still two days away from sweeps. eh, we're getting it in early. ready gl with febreze. breathe happy.
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no, i don't think i will go tonight. i felt incredibly disrespected. i'm upset. and no, i, i won't be going. no. >> this is going to be crazy. this is going to be crazy. >> hello. ♪ skinny so skinny
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>> so what happened? >> it is going to be crazy. >> yeah, i'm not going to do that at all. what was with that? that pretty much summed up last night's episode of the bachelor. >> arie and the ladies headed to fort lauderdale. crystal again center of attention. storming off and stripping down. >> our chief senior global bachelor analyst, jack, watched the episode and threw up afterward. no, i lied. no, i lied. he amazingly -- he's out sick and amazingly knew what was going to happen. >> arie's season of bachelor. getting rid of them fast. >> critical time to get the one-on-one date with arie. >> chelsea. would you like to go on a date? >> oh, my god. chelsea the villain. >> one-on-one finally. and i am ecstatic about it. >> didn't take long for the drama to restart.
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>> watching chelsea make out with him makes me feel kind of nauseous. >> i don't want to watch this. >> no, we don't. let's go. >> chelsea is not making too many friends. >> whoo. >> time for the group date. >> winning team gets to go to the after party. the losing team goes back to the hotel. >> one thing expected, drama. this one trying to get in on the act. >> i've been a little bit upset. i feel like the way crystal conducted herself recently rubbed some people the wrong way. >> i thought about it. i feel like it is a little unfair to everyone here. so i feel like it would be good to have you at the after party too. >> oh, that had to hurt. >> i thought for a time he didn't want it. he wanted to give it to other girls. fine, i am done. >> chelsea, she has sharp elbows. >> on the way home, crystal literally like lost her mind.>>r it. i feel like a lot of the girls here don't operate at my level.
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i am tired of lowering myself to try to stoop to theirs. i'm done. that was glitter. glitter. >> rose ceremony. >> ladies, the final rose tonight. >> crystal. >> time for some to head for the door. she never stood a chance. let's hope all of the research is coordinated. analyst out. >> ha-ha-ha. >> okay. crystal is hanging around for a week. jack by the way forgot -- >> the kiss count. >> kiss count. >> kiss count. >> where is the kiss count. >> there you go. >> stop. stops at -- >> 12. >> does he still have a tongue? >> you know who he didn't kiss? >> crystal. >> didn't kiss crystal? but kissed 12 others. >> maybe he was tired after all that.
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>> think he was. no wonder he came back for another season of "the bachelor." all right, tom hanks wants to be your neighbor. >> would you be my neighbor. >> won't you be. >> he is set to play mr. rogers and sometimes before the movie comes out kendis will learn the song. >> titled "you are my friend" will feature roger's friendship with tom gerard. mr. rogers neighborhood ran for 33 years on pbs. >> look like america's dad has been preparing for this part for quite a while. check him out. >> wearing the cardigan with confidence. >> yeah. >> would you be mine. could you be mine? won't you be my neighbor. >> okay. age old question, which chris is the hotest? hemsworth, pine, evans. >> hemsworth. >> campbell. >> definitely campbell. >> pratt, the latest evidence in favor of the jurassic world star. >> first major tv commercial set to air during the super bowl.
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wherever you are wherever you come from in the wor wherever you are wherever you come from in the world, this is a city that's built on dreams. today, you made my dream come true. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, beckham! thank you, beckham! thank you, beckham! >> i think they like him. david beckham in miami. with football fans there chanting thank you to the british icon and global superstar, h & m model. >> his title almost longer than jack's. after a four year struggle, beckham has delivered a major league soccer club to miami as its new owner. abc's adrian bankart has the exclusive with beckham and
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talked about his venture, victoria and their four kids. >> reporter: it has been almost four years since he started his quest to bring soccer to miami. his family by his side, every step of the way. >> they have seen him come back, seen him smile from talking about miami. seen me frustrated. and the way of teaching them is, it is not all smooth sailing. you know, there is going to be difficult times. just how you react when you go through difficult times. >> wife victoria and four kids, brooklyn, romeo, cruz, harper split time between britain and the states now they're about to spend even more time here. >> my youngest boy, cruz, had his first cuban sandwich. he was like, he was like this is the best thing i have ever done. he is looking forward to that. made his dreams come true with a sandwich. >> reporter: the deal brings beckham to the east coast to see brooklyn at college in new york, his youngest, harper is only 6. >> i would like to think she is a daddy's girl. and, my wife can see this, i think she is a daddy's girl personally. but i am so proud of all of the kids.
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you know, i'm so proud of what the people that, that they're becoming. >> victoria about to start fashion week, work, school for the kids in the uk. no family move to florida yet. >> we still will be living in london. obviously spending a huge amount of time here. whenever they can they will be coming over. >> very cool for them. >> yeah. >> check out the star-studded congratulations that came in for beckham. celebrities congratulated beckham. including tom brady. jay-z, j-lo, the kids. hear what the beckham family had to say. >> hi, daddy. >> congratulations. >> dad, can't believe you are going to be a club owner. so cool. all so proud of you. >> we can't wait to be spending much more time in miami. >> welcome to miami, neighbor. >> miami. soccer team. >> if you need anything, just let me know. you know that's kind of my town. >> so they told brooklyn that dad was going to b
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good tuesday good tuesday morning. >> here are some of the top headlines this morning on "world news now." >> president trump is preparing to deliver his first state of the union address. some democrats in congress will not be in the room. they're boycotting over controversial comments by the president. the trump administration will not impose new sanctions on russia for meddling in the election. they released a so-called putin list before midnight which was the deadline. it names russian politicians and wealthy business leaders who flourished under vladamir putin. new jersey teenager become the first youngest person to row solo across the atlantic. arriving in antigua sunday after rowing 3,000 miles over 44 days from the canary islands. the eagles/patriots took on the hoard of reporters at super bowl media night.
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among the things we learned, new england head coach bill belichick can smile. the minnesota locals are not happy at all with the eagles. we have more highlights ahead on this tuesday, january 30th. ♪ >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now." yeah, vikings fans booed the eagles as they came in there to which a friend of mine in philadelphia pointed out eagles' fans would do the same thing if minnesota had beaten them. >> all right. we will start off with the president. poised to deliver one of the biggest speeches of his life. his first state of the union address. >> the president will talk about the growing economy, immigration, infrastructure. and he is expected to strike a unifying tone, a bipartisanship. but the white house is not saying if the president plans to make any mention of the russia investigation. >> poll after poll says that frankly no one cares about this issue. it certainly is not the thing that keeps people up at night.
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we would love to talk about all the things that do. look, we have an economy that is booming. isis is on the run. we're remaking the judiciary in a way that actually believes in upholding the constitution. there are some great things happening. >> eight congressional democrats will boycott the speech. >> the democratic response will be delivered by joe kennedy iii. >> the 37-year-old rising political star, grandson of late robert f. kennedy. democratic leaders say he was chosen for being relentless fighter for working americans. kennedy tweeted the democratic agenda stands in powerful contrast to what he called the president's broken promises to american families. >> the government had to scramble to reprint some of the tickets to the state of the union because of an embarrassing mistake. a congressional democrat tweeted
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a photo of his ticket showing the word union misspelled with an m at the end. he joked, education secretary was in charge of spell check. not nice. >> abc news will have live coverage of the president's state of the union address. live tonight at 9:00 eastern. all right. congressional republicans have voted to release a secret memo in the russia investigation, despite warnings from the justice department itself. the house intelligence committee voted a long party lines to make public a classified memo that was written by republican alleging improper use of surveillance by the fbi and justice department as they look into collusion between russia and the trump administration and campaign. the committee blocked the public release of a democratic memo that refutes republican allegations opting to make the document available only to house members. democrats say republicans are politicizing the intelligence process. >> today this committee voted to put the president's personal
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interest, perhaps their own political interest, above the national interest. in denying themselves even ability to hear from the department and the fbi and that is i think a deeply regrettable state of affairs. it shows in my view when you have a deeply flawed person in the oval office that flaw can infect the whole of government. >> justice officials say the release of the republican memo would be extraordinarily reckless. president trump has the final say. and the white house has made it clear that he favors what they call full transparency. the fbi deputy director stepped aside and sources say, criticism is an upcoming report triggered that move. andrew mccabe left his post more than a month before his official retirement. sources tell abc news, he was
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going to be slammed in an inspector general report looking at senior fbi officials actions during the 2016 presidential race. mccabe faced criticism from the president and republicans over alleged political bias in the agency. cdc confirming the deadly flu season is the worst since the swine flu pandemic in 2009 with the childhood death toll rising to 37. in this all boys catholic school in chicago, at least 87 students were out sick yesterday alone. and nearly one in seven by the way. it comes as this hospital in downtown atlanta was forced to set up a mobile emergency room outside the hospital building just to handle the overflow of patients. abc's elizabeth hurr with the latest. >> reporter: from free flu shots for children in texas. to entire districts closing schools in six states. >> felt at the end what was best for the kids and school. >> reporter: the dangerous spread of the flu virus has school officials taking action and parents on alert. >> right now, a lot of people getting sick. children getting sick.
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>> reporter: according to the cdc, 39 states are reporting high flu activity. and still claiming lives including this 12-year-old from florida. laid to rest. among at least 37 children who died from the flu this season. >> i think this is a great opportunity to teach our children about certain symptoms. they might have a fever, temperature is high, they might feel cold. they might have fatigue. headache. body aches. >> reporter: experts say, teach your children what to look for and who to talk to. and across the country health officials say they're not just concerned about children. in minneapolis, the super bowl staff and volunteers are keeping busy sanitizing everything in sight. with organizers there anticipating more than a million fans to pack the streets this weekend. health officials say the flu can stick around until march or even april. if you haven't already, experts say your best defense is getting that flu shot. >> elizabeth, thank you.
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murder trial under way for a woman accused of killing her identical twin sister by intentionally driving off a cliff in hawaii. alexandria duval survived the fall. her twin sister died at the scene. witnesses say they saw the two sisters physically fighting and screaming inside the car shortly before the crash. duval pleaded not guilty to second degree murder. the sisters ran yoga studios in florida before changing their names and moving to hawaii. the pentagon reportedly reviewing rules about how members of the military use fitness trackers. the move after a popular app apparently revealed sensitive data about where u.s. forces are located around the world. here's abc's clayton sandel. >> the workout app has the the u.s. military exercising better privacy. the app, connects with wearable fitness devices, tracks users and some u.s. troops where they go, afghanistan, iraq and more. now years of data published in
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the online map is becoming a security headache for the pentagon. >> the real problem here is that these devices have revealed u.s. personnel, special operations, or intelligence personnel in countries most people didn't know we are in. publicized over the weekend by 20 year old nathan russer. >> shows you which buildings military personnel prefer. it show you how personnel get from one part of the base or another or take their afternoon jogs. something valuable if you are looking to target the base. >> the military insists that troops were not compromised. but is now reminding fitness junkies worldwide to change their settings to private. the company that makes the app, strava, tells abc news they're committed to working with military and government officials to try to address sensitive areas. clayton sandell, abc news.
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the spirit of olympic cooperation has not lasted long. joint cultural event planned days before the opening of the games in south korea has been canceled. north korea apparently said south korea's media was being insulting. no word if this affects plans to have the rivals march under one flag and field a joint women's hockey team. which gives you a better boost during the day? cup of coffee? or nap? >> researchers say they are about the same. >> okay. >> but doctors in australia point out, naps can make you feel better in the long run. that's because your body won't get hooked on the caffeine in coffee which can affect sleep patterns at night. the study found taking short naps regularly help you feel more alert than just an occasional nap. >> yeah, take one now. uh-huh. works. scientists. man in new york didn't let a little sleep prevent him from taking a stroll. >> no, more than just napping. he actually was sleepwalking and went right out of an 8th floor window in manhattan. luckily he survived.
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he fell six stories wearing nothing but boxers before landing on scaffolding. >> oh, my gosh. he suffered a broken leg and ribs. but is expected to recover. he reportedly took his girlfriend's sleeping pills before going to bed. he also was a sleepwalker when he was younger. >> just laugh because this is. >> that's what happens to you. >> my nightmare. i take a sleeping pill. i will end up walking around in kitchen. i live on the 12th floor. >> by the way, he doesn't just walk around in the kitchen. >> so i eat. >> everything. >> yeah. >> everything. >> and yeah. ha-ha. i'll wake up. like i know i had an order before i went to bed. >> glad the guy is okay. kendis, lock your window and refrigerator. coming up all the best moments from super bowl opening night. >> from tom brady's new wardrobe
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to animal sightings to bill belichick having a ball. we think. the big game's biggest distraction is ahead. later the road trip that went simply to the dogs. the story that's inspiring some of a man finding some new furry friend in need. and getting the journey of a lifetime. you are watching "world news now." >> he is sleepwalking. cleans where brushing may miss.
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this dramatic helicopter rescue played out at a ski resort in austria. 150 skiers were stranded on the lift. it took two and a half hours before they got everyone safely off to the ground. no one was injured. you're watching incredible work of the kansas city fire department after a car plunged into a creek with a 4-year-old boy inside. the boy's mother called police saying she had left him in the car with the engine running. the boy apparently knocked the car into gear. thankfully rescue crews managed to get him out safely. he suffered only minor injuries. amazon in the meantime literally has the built its own rain forest just for its employees. it is called the spheres. a series of domes housing 40,000 plants from 50 countries on five planets. or continents. planets would be another thing.
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>> sounds really out of it. >> custom l.e.d. lights create synthetic sunshine replicating position at the equator, 72 degrees, humidity 60%, to emulate the forest ecosystem. >> wow. >> yeah. >> amazon will have private tours of the spheres and will welcome field trips from schools. >> but they can't deliver them to your house? >> yeah, yet. >> in two days. >> my prime order was late by two days. wall street starts off in negative territory after the dow and s & p suffered their worst one day fall in five months. both were dragged down by a slide of shares of apple. the company is cutting production of the 1,000 dollar iphone x in half.
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new tax laws won't affect your return until next year. your w 2 will look different. an attempt to help protect your refund. >> here is abc's rebecca jarvis with more tax season tips. >> reporter: tax season now in full swing. this is busy season open for the rush. >> open for the rush. come in. here to help you. >> reporter: 155 million returns expected to be filed this year, about 70% of americans should get something back according to the irs. the average refund last year, $2,895. but in the wake of the equifax data breach that compromised information of 145 million americans a warning from the irs. scammers are on the rise. ready to snag that check before you can. >> the thieves love to file early. that's what they do. all they need is your social security number. date of birth. your name off to file a tax return. >> reporter: this year's biggest change, many more filers will find a unique verification code in box nine of that w 2 on their tax returns. plus, avoid some of the simplest mistakes that can trip you up. like using the strong social security number. most americans will get their refund in less than 21 days.
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there is now a website irs.gov, and even an app, irs2go, where you can check on the status. coming up. opening night for the super bowl. >> tom brady answers surprising questions, like, who is his biggest man crush? did he say kendis gibson. >> he doesn't know who i am. >> we'll find out next. who i am. >> of we'll find out next. feel a light-as-air finish in a flash new olay whips ageless 60% of women are wearing the wrong size pad and can experience leaks discover always my fit. find the number that's right for your flow and panty size on the top of any always pack. the better the fit, the better it protects. always.
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>> i'm just here so i am just here so i've won't get fined. hey, i am just here so i won't get fined. hey, i am just here so i won't get fined. >> marshawn lynch making it clear in 2015. >> since then the event has turned into an entire opening night. patriots/eagles finding themselves in the middle of the yearly super bowl spectacular. the gloved one was back on stage. kicking off the super bowl's media frenzy on opening night. >> tough questions. >> four time super bowl mvp tom
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brady keeping his hands covered from the prying eyes at excel energy center. >> woe showed a lot of resiliency to a lot of adversities. every year there is something. >> the injured throwing hand that had everybody worried before the afc championship. seems fine, despite forfeiting a thumb war. >> not ready yet. >> then more pressing questions. >> who is my man crush? yeah, jules, danny, gronk, the guys are pretty good looking guys. none of them are married either. can you imagine that. >> we know it is edleman. in the meantime, coach belichick was super pumped. >> i'm excited. excited to be here. >> or something look that. >> happy to be here. at least sporting a new look. >> felt good about wearing it. minnesota is a good place to have a hat so. >> brady getting the hat memo.
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>> sauce. >> little sauce on it. >> there you go. >> then it was time for the eagles to fly. or bark. clearly relishing their underdog status. looking cool under pressure. and the eagles tight end, taking a little abuse from our friend, guillermo. >> why do you want me to sign this? >> with a tom brady book. >> where do i sign that? inside? >> ha-ha. >> i'll sign it left-handed. so it doesn't count. here you go. good luck, right. >> thanks. >> good luck. >> thanks, man. >> i don't -- you know i have been to media day before. it was a fun thing when it was this, this, innocent little thing, where everybody can get there and ask questions. now it is this giant event. >> spectacle -- as you said earlier.
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>> teams call it an unwelcome distraction. maybe clears their head. >> belichick smiled at least eight times.
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♪ to the end of the road still i can't let go ♪ ha-ha. >> i thought those vocals sounded. >> little off key. >> funny. >> uh-huh. a guy, and his dog, junior. >> they're belting out end of the road by boys 2 men on a road trip through the streets of germany. >> oh, boy.
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and, the germans are like, oh, david hasselhoff, cut the singing already. here at home, david muir found a similar scene. >> it all began with a road trip more than a year ago. jordan documenting every moment. >> okay, driving to the grand canyon in the middle of nowhere, arizona. >> all of a sudden he spots something in the road. two things in fact. >> you will not believe what i just found in the middle of road. come here. come here. look at these guys. >> two abandoned puppies. he believes they're german shepard border collie mixes. >> oh, my god. what is your deal? >> picks them up. takes them into the car. >> in the middle of the road. two of the cutest little puppies i have ever seen. >> he took them to the vet and was told they were dehydrated but going to be okay. he named them zeus and sedona. now they were on the trip with him. 35 states. 30,000 miles. look at how fast they grew.
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glacier national park, safeco, san francisco, washington, austin, texas, chicago. and back home in california. in their message, one of the dogs yawning. jordan was firm. >> the best year of my life since. >> people from all over the world, seeing the story, commenting they're adopting too. >> truly a life-changing experience for me. i couldn't encourage enough for others to adopt as well. >> zeus and sedona, and a journey that continues. david muir, abc news, new york. >> visited some 12 national parks as well as the tourist hot spots. new york times square right here. >> been to canada. >> did they sing end of the road together. >> emanuel and junior, sing us out. ♪ it's so natural junior, sing us out. ♪ the end of the road, it's natural, you belong to mow ♪
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this morning on "world news now" -- the fbi in the spotlight. >> classified memo alleging fbi wrongdoing sent to the president overnight. will he release it? plus the bureau deputy director stepping down after months of attacks by the president. and just hours until the first trump state of the union. but who misspelled the name there. >> uniom. >> uniom on the ticket to the big event. flu concerns are growing. doctors at one of the country's biggest hospitals are seeing more cases than any time in the past 15 years. plus, see how super bowl officials are planning to keep fans from getting sick. flying high. gus kenworthy, silver medal winning freestyle skier gearing up for his second olympics and making headlines. the only second openly gay u.s. olympian. his message before heading back to the games. don't ditch your old ikea furniture just yet.
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that stuff you spent hours putting together could be worth thousands. it's tuesday, january 30th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." i'm trying to think of the ikea furniture in my house. >> do you still have ikea in your house. >> now i am glad i did. judging me now. think less of me. >> completely. what you have in your home that i have accidentally broken that might be ikea furniture. i don't know. oh, well. let's start this half hour though with the congressional republicans voting to release a secret memo on the russia investigation despite warnings. >> the house intelligence committee voted along party lines to make public a classified memo written by a republican said to allege improper use of surveillance by the fbi and justice department in the russia investigation. >> but the committee blocked the
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public release of the democratic memo that refutes the republican allegations. opting to make that document available only to house members. democarts say republicans are politicizing the intelligence process. >> today this committee voted to put the president's personal interests perhaps their own political interests above the national interests. in denying themselves to hear from the department and the fbi and that is i think a deeply regrettable state of affairs. it does show how in my view when you have a deeply flawed person in the oval office, that flaw can infect the whole of government. >> justice officials say the release of the republican memo would be extraordinarily reckless. president trump now has the final say on the memo. the white house has made it clear that he favors what he calls full transparency with this. now to the unexpected exit of the second in command at fbi, deputy director andrew mccabe abruptly stepped down. >> president trump made no secret he wanted mccabe gone.
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but the white house now says the president had nothing to do with his departure. here is abc's pierre thomas. >> reporter: the number two at the fbi stepping down. following months of blistering attacks from president trump. the trump ignoring questions about mccabe's early departure. it was mccabe who stepped in after president trump fired fbi director james comey. the day after comey was ousted, sources tell abc news about a tense conversation. the president angry that mccabe allowed comey to fly back from california after getting fired on an fbi plane allegedly calling mccabe's wife a loser. the white house has not responded to multiple requests for comments from abc news. days later on capitol hill, mccabe defending his former boss, after the white house claimed that the rank-and-file had lost confidence in comey. at the time, the white house also insisted the fbi investigation into russian meddling and any possible
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collusion was one of the smallest things the fbi is doing. mccabe was asked if that is true. >> sir we consider it to be a highly significant investigation. >> the president refused to comment on mccabe. in tweets he let the world know about his disdain for mccabe. in july, taking aim at mccabe's wife's run for state senate in virginia. a campaign that was finished when mccabe became deputy director. why didn't ag sessions replace acting fbi director andrew mccabe, a comey friend who was in charge of clinton investigation but in december, after mccabe let it be known he was retiring in march. fbi deputy director andrew mccabe is racing the clock to retire with full benefits. he was just last week abc news confirmed what mccabe told colleagues. he says shortly after being named acting director, the president asked him who did you vote for?
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did you ask mccabe who he voted for? >> did you ask him that? >> i don't think so. i don't think i did. >> i don't know what is the big deal. >> is the president applying pressure on his attorney general and on the justice department to get rid of certain people? >> the only thing the president applied pressure to is to make sure we get this resolved. so that you guys and everyone else can focus on the things that americans actually care about. >> sources telling us mccabe was getting indications an upcoming inspector general report dealing with the hillary clinton probe and russia was likely to going to be rough on him. he decided to leave early so as not to be a distraction. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. >> we should mention also, former fbi director james comey has been tweeting about it. about mccabe saying the special agent mccabe stood tall over the last eight months when small people were trying to tear down that institution that we all depend on. he sent his support to mccabe.
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and the people who are there at the fbi. meanwhile, president trump is hours away from delivering his first state of the union to congress and the nation. the president expected to promote bipartisanship and unity, touches on economy, infrastructure, national security. democratic lawmakers are refusing to attend the speech. >> some tickets for tonight's speech had to be reprinted because of a typo. someone misspelled the word union. making the last letter an m instead of an n. >> whoops. >> uniom. >> abc news will have live coverage of the state of the union. the first lady will be attending the event. the house passed a bill to protect american athletes from sexual abuse. it would require groups like usa gymnastics to promptly report claims of abuse to law enforcement. failure to do so could lead to up to one year in prison. the bill now goes back to the senate for approval before
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hitting the president's desk. mystery illness that sickened diplomats, 19 americans reported hearing loss, other issues since visiting in september. the u.s. looking into the possibility of a sonic attack. death toll in the flu epidemic is mounting. 39 states are reporting high flu activity. as the cdc reports this year's outbreak is more severe than any other since, the 2009 swine flu pandemic. abc's eva pilgrim with the latest. >> reporter: the flu epidemic pushing hospitals to their limit. at grady hospital in atlanta, a team is setting up the country's first mobile emergency unit to handle what doctors say is historic demand for care. >> i have been working at grady 15 years, not seen it this bad in the 15 years. >> already this season 37 children have died from the flu compared to 21 this time last year. more families are sharing their stories off to help others. maria pantiaga's family said maria was 7 months pregnant.
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got the flu, then pneumonia. put her in a coma to try to save her life. could not save the baby. >> be careful with that because you are pregnant. you are going to the hospital. you or your baby survive. and maybe neither one survive. both can die. >> carly slavin, a busy mother who've didn't get the flu shot herself. but got sick and died after caring for her husband and two kids. her father is encouraging others to get the vaccine. >> we are doing this for her. they all had their shots. they got over everything pretty well. >> reporter: as more than a million people descend on minneapolis this week for the big game. doctors concerned the super bowl crowd will bring an uptick of the flu. >> will be people in large numbers, really close proximity to each other. exactly how flu is passed on. >> organizers wiping hands on exhibits. and parents doing their part. cold, dry air, perfect
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conditions to spread the flu. organizers encouraging fans, get your flu shots before you come. eva pilgrim, abc news, minneapolis, minnesota. >> thank you. while fans get their flu shots. players and the media are already there in minneapolis for the super bowl opening night. philadelphia eagles and new england patriots making themselves available for a press pass. >> patriots took the stage led by tom brady wearing signature gloves. meanwhile, patriots coach, bill belichick looked dapper. ditched his cutoff sweatshirt for a suit. wore a tie. >> even got a haircut i think. and then, j.b. smooth attempted to do what few people have ever done. with success. to get belichick to laugh. so he turned the thing into an episode of shark tank with a bright idea. >> hear me out. if you've don't like it tell me you don't like it. uber feet. like uber but i come to your
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house and walk with you off to the shopping center or whatever. you like it? >> let me think about it. >> think about uber feet. let me know. >> all right. that, that's a laugh. >> that looked like a laugh. >> by bill belichick standards, doubling over with laugher. >> yes, yes. cackling. smooth also found brady and finally got him to take off that, that big, black wool hat that he had been wearing and go with something a little bit more -- stylish. >> ah. >> brady the hipster. >> brady looking look pharrell. >> maybe cold in there. >> gloves on inside. >> gronk, no show. >> had a concussion five days ago. shouldn't be in the game. >> could have just worn a hat. no. >> no. coming up. dissecting the awkward hug.
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an emergency landing i'd say on the beach there in new york's long island. it resulted in a plane flipping upside down. emergency triggered by mechanical problems. the two 16-year-old flight students and pilot were on board at the time. they're all physically okay. now to the outrage in cleveland after police there were denied an ambulance for a man shot 16 times. >> ems refused to come saying the man was out of their jurisdiction. the call is now under investigation. here is alex perez. >> reporter: ems officials in cleveland under fire after this disturbing video. police discovering a man shot 16 times. the officers called for an ambulance. >> you guys got ems? >> the victim in the girlfriend's cleveland driveway when he was shot. he managed to drive a mile away ending up in euclid. >> i feel lightheaded. >> euclid ems was some distance away.
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cleveland police called their city's ems dispatch. but they refused to send an ambulance because they were just outside city limits. >> they've won't come it's in your city. though our victim. they won't come. >> frustrated the officers act. >> charlie, notify euclid we are coming with a gunshot wound. taking too long for ems to get here. >> arriving at the hospital roughly three minutes later. wews obtaining cleveland ems policy saying if an ambulance is available dispatch will send one if the response time is 15 minutes or less. why exactly dispatch refused to send an ambulance remains unclear. an investigation is under way. alex perez, abc news, chicago. coming up in the next half-hour, cleveland is giving the chop to chief wahoo. the logo will disappear from uniforms. first a master of death defying stunts on the slopes and now applauded for his bravery off the slopes.
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that's next on "world news now." ster of death defying stunts on the slopes and now applauded for his bravery off the slopes. that's next on "world news now." anif you've got a lifee. you gotta swiffer
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♪ ain't no mountain high enough, ain't no valley low enough, ain't no river wide enough to keep me from getting to you baby ♪ yeah, actually the best version of the song. >> okay. playing favorites. >> olympic champ, gus kenworthy does tricks on skis that most could only dream about doing on sneakers. get there with you. >> skiing. got it. >> even as he was winning he was keeping a secret from the public. >> now he is out becoming one of the first openly gay athletes to compete for team usa in the winter games. here is abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: that is olympian gus kenworthy shredding the slopes. and that, that's me. >> so lame. >> just happy didn't get hurt. proud of you. >> thank you. admittedly i had been off skis nearly as long as he has been alive.
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>> yeah! >> gus' jumps typically catapult him 70 feet into the air, upside down, backwards. >> and, oh! >> gus kenworthy is back. >> what? >> gus' most courageous move arguably came off the slopes. see next month gus kenworthy will make history. becoming one of the first openly gay u.s. male athletes to compete at the winter games. >> feels like i am representing the lgbt community and i want to do well for them. >> will we see the triple from kenworthy, he wants it. >> we met gus as the baby faced heartthrob who burst into our lives at sochi winter games in 2014. and that silver medal in slopestyle skiing. and viral fame soon followed when he came back to the u.s. with more than just his silver medal. he helped rescue five furry friends. some of the hundreds of stray dogs swarming sochi.
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puppy love is real to puppies. with that the olympian seemed to steal the hearts of america. things seemingly couldn't get better. but away from the bright lights, gus says he was actively concealing his real life from the world. >> i was definitely forced to compartmentalize these aspects of my life. i was considering coming out. i have known i was gay since i was 5 years old. >> much like big airs, gus came out to the world in a big way. in this espn feature proclaiming it his next big move. >> gus kenworthy putting down the switch triple rodeo. >> for the longest time i didn't think i was going to tell anybody. so scared of what people would think. i pictured myself having my life skiing. and then finishing my career. finishing skiing. and being able to move somewhere else and have my relationship openly, and tell my family and
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everything, i knew that day would come. >> he also felt responsibility. >> i wanted to come out. i didn't think i had anyone to look up to. >> now he is gracing magazine covers. coming out posed risks in extreme sport. >> feared i would lose sponsors, make myself less marketable. it has been the opposite effect. >> he won even more fame and fans, and became even more attractive to sponsors. like, head & shoulders. >> my shoulders carry more than my country's pride. they carry my community's pride. >> gus will be only the second openly gay u.s. athlete in the upcoming winter games. a first ever for team usa. but, if he wins this year, it will be no hiding his emotions this time. >> i am pushing myself to continue to prove myself and am no longer ashamed of part of myself. >> i am matt gutman in colorado. >> good for him. >> yeah. he is actually making a lot of bank nearly $1 million in endorsements. >> extra good for him.
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>> exactly. we'll be right back. endorsements. >> extra good for him. >> exactly. we'll be right back. >> exactly. we'll be right back.
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♪ it is time now for "the mix." we'll start things off with good news for bargain shoppers out there when it comes to furniture. maybe difficult to put together. some of you who decided to shop ikea back in the day may now be holding onto a small fortune. because more than 60 years after the company started, vintage ikea pieces are now worth thousands of dollars. take a look. shall we. the clam chair. now worth $65,000 -- almost $62,000. there you go. >> $62,000 american or australian? >> american dollars. >> the teak bookshelf and cabinet combo, over $37,000. >> okay.
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>> white foldable coffee table. now worth almost $3,200. ceramic dish set. used to cost $18.96. now valued at $1600. >> um, how? why? >> because it's vintage. >> because of the labor cost? ha-ha. that went into putting all that together. >> records show a huge demand greater than ever before for vintage ikea furniture says barnaby's co-founder, pontous fistashulo. >> people want ikea furniture. >> whenever somebody who was iconic dies their products go way up. >> funny you say that. pieces are valuable. people in the day went on to be legit furniture designers. the old pieces they design were big time. i have a pair of ikea side tables. holding on to those. >> in 40 years, worth $80.
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>> hoping for more than that. there is an art and science to hugging. apparently. we have seen the scenes here. people hugging and movie love, where -- >> i love that. >> quite a hug. >> a little awkward. >> scientists in germany studied people hugging at arrivals and departures at airports, and they studied 2,000 embraces. the left side embrace is more heartfelt. >> all of these hugs from the the left side by the way. >> yeah, you see. the right side is little more awkward. the study finds. they analyze the hugs with strangers, found most actually veered to the right. >> what? >> left or righty? >> lefty for sure. >> just like. just like. the no makeup hug thing. like, yeah. >> oh, that didn't, oh, well. awkward. >> it was heartfelt.
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this morning on "world news now" -- new reactions coming in after a shake-up at the fbi, deputy director taunted by the president on twitter, steps down. so will president trump discuss it at state of the union. storms on the move, havoc for commuters from the great lakes to the northeast. and cold returns in the midwest and deep south. as fire danger continues in southern california with warm temperatures and powerful winds. and new this half-hour, tom brady defending his family. >> local radio host suspended after comments about the quarterback's daughter. overnight, with the super bowl set to kickoff, brady is defending the host saying he should not lose his job. like i'm done. done. that was glitter. glitter. >> new awareness -- >> all right. that's crystal. telling it like it is on "the bachelor."
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ari took the girls to the sunshine state. the mood turned fairly dark. we'll break it down in "the skinny" with senior bachelor analyst contributor global expert, jack sheehan, on tuesday, january 30th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> forgot to add sick patient. >> yeah, that too. >> jack will be coming to us via satellite today. >> because, uh-huh, eeks. a lot of drama. shocking as this might be. there was drama there on the bachelor. >> no, you don't say? >> i know. i know. also drama by the way on capitol hill. >> whoo. >> that's what we -- >> segue. >> segue. >> whoo. >> partisan drama. house republicans ignoring the justice department warnings and voting to release a classified memo to the public that takes
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aim at the fbi. >> yeah, the document is fueling claims of conspiracy within the fbi against president trump. this as the bureau deputy director steps down effective immediately. abc's lana zach has the latest. >> this committee voted to put the president's personal interest perhaps their own political interest above the national interest. >> reporter: on a strict party line vote, republicans in the house intelligence committee decided to release a classified gop memo that reportedly suggests a political bias against president trump at the fbi and justice department. but they also voted to withhold a dissenting memo, and deny the justice department the opportunity to brief members of congress prior to voting for its release. >> according to the majority, the fbi is under investigation and so is the department of justice. >> reporter: there is speculation the memo was related to the surprise announcement that andrew mccabe would step down from his post. the president's son, don jr., tweeting strange timing, the day after fbi brass sees the memo.
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mccabe found himself in the center of conflict over the ongoing russia investigation. president trump previously had been vocal about criticisms of mccabe. the white house has little to say. >> the president wasn't part of the decision making process. we would refer you to the fbi. >> reporter: the president now has five days to overrule the committee and keep that memo private. the white house previously said they're interested in releasing it to the public even though the justice department has said that releasing it without the proper review would be reckless. diane, kendis. >> former fbi director james comey is weighing in on his departure. tweeting, special agent andrew mccabe stood tall over eight months when small people were trying to tear done an institution we depend on. he served with distinction for two decads. i wish andy well. i wish continued strength for the rest of the fbi, america needs you.
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president trump set to lay out details of his key legislative goals tonight in his first state of the union address. he will talk of building a safe, strong, proud america in a speech that promises to be unifying. after skipping out on the president's last trip to davos, switzerland, the first lady is expected to beep there tonight. joining him. and she be joined by a number of special guests including a police officer who adopted a child, whose parents were victims of the opioid epidemic, and a double amputee who reenlisted in marines. eight democrats including john lewis are boycotting the speech. citing remarks by the president as racist or divisive. abc news will cover the state of the union address starting tonight 9:00 eastern. and also have the democratic response by joe kennedy iii. the trump administration decided not to punish russia, at least for now. declining to impose sanctions mandated by congress as retaliation for meddling in the election. the administration says the mere threat of sanctions as an act will be a deterrent, and just before a midnight deadline, u.s.
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officials released so-called putin list naming more than 200 russian politicians and leaders who flourished under putin. but that doesn't trigger any new sanctions. the pentagon is reporting a close call. officials say the u.s. plane was on a routine flight in the national airspace over the black sea when the russian jet crossed directly in front of it coming within just five feet. the navy says the incident was unprovoked. the state department is accusing russia of flagrantly violating international laws. officials in philadelphia are investigating a deadly police shooting involving a man who apparently was trying to run people down with his vehicle. one person was struck, but not seriously injured. before another driver, blocked the suspect's path. that's when an off-duty police detective approached the suspect struggled with him and fired off ten shots hitting the suspect once in the head.
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sheriff's deputy on patrol north of detroit hailed a hero after he pulled a driver from a burning vehicle. it happened early sunday morning. after the driver sped past the deputy, he lost control of his car and crashed. the 18-year-old driver suffered lacerations and a broken leg. a blood test of the driver is pending after deputies say they detected the odor of alcohol and marijuana. new fire dangers caused by record heat in southern california are making their way east. red flag warnings in around san diego canceled early this morning. those alerts along with high temperatures and strong winds have moved to new mexico, oklahoma, and texas panhandle. meanwhile the eastern half of the u.s. is looking at some colder snowy weather. a clipper system moving across michigan and great lakes states and northeast. as you look at the radar, a storm brewing all of the east coast. abc's ginger zee has details. >> reporter: winter weather
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advisories in place. snowing, from dansville, new york to gatlinburg, tennessee. a coating to eight inches of snow with the clipper. coastal part of storm will take the tide make them rise. there 2 to 5 inches. especially eastern massachusetts, little rhode island there. behind it i can promise you everyone is impacted. look at tallahassee, wind chill, 32. feels like freezing in charleston. it gets colder, settles in wednesday morning. philadelphia feel like 14. ginger zee, abc news, new york. going to be 85 degrees in los angeles today. imagine having your boss say -- how would you like to go and live in a 25-degree environment in detroit. >> yea, sounds great. >> that's the offer presented to blake griffin. >> yeah. >> yeah. got to move from hollywood to motown. >> probably not super happy about that. espn is reporting l.a. clippers will send griffin to detroit in a six-player deal. his reported trade comes just months after he signed nearly $180 million contract.
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no word yet from his boo, kendall jenner. >> do you think she will move to detroit? that would be amazing. >> kendall jenner moving to detroit? good luck with that one. >> but, look, a lot of property for him to build up. >> hey, great news. >> i got a lot of money. but we are moving to detroit. >> little colder there. >> little far from her family. we will see. it will be great. fantastic to watch. okay, so it was john lennon who sang, instant karma is going to get you. sometimes it gets you on video. >> this happened just outside seattle. police say this woman was stealing u.p.s. packages from someone's porch, when whoops. she slips on the victim's wet grass. falls and appears to injure her left ankle. >> she is on the ground yelling in pain. then her alleged accomplice comes over. carries her back to the car. who says chivalry is dead. then he comes back for the packages. >> what a gentleman.
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>> you know, culture club sang, karma, karma, karma chameleon. >> different song. coming up tom brady. >> what he told reporters about a radio host dissing his 5-year-old daughter. beckham's kids are showering him with congrats, the newest owner of miami's pro soccer team. and how his family looking forward to spending time in miami. ♪ going to miami miami. ♪ going to miami in miami. ♪ going to miami
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make every day valentine's day with k-y yours and mine. two sensations. one great way to discover new feelings together. looking at the moment the driver of a tractor-trailer ran a red light hitting seven vehicles including a school bus. all while he was high on marijuana and heroin. none of the students on the bus were hurt. the incident happened in november outside of pittsburgh. the truck driver admitted he had taken the drugs. he faces multiple charges. >> not just marijuana, but heroin to boot. and got behind the wheel. >> not smart. >> what could go wrong? get ready to say good-bye to the long time and controversial face of major league baseball in cleveland.
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>> yeah, smiling mascot, chief wahoo will disappear from uniforms, hats and stadium after 70 years. cleveland is getting rid of the logo in 2019. baseball commissioner rob manford says the image goes against the game's efforts to promote inclusion and diversity. fans of the tribe there are mixed with the decision. >> people feel then that they're somehow part of this indian tribe and they go down to the stadium with their red face on and make a mockery of what is our spirituality and our culture. >> i am a personal fan of chief wahoo. think it is part of the team history. >> i don't see it as offensive or anything. i see it as being the signal of cleveland, really. >> i think if that is what they need to do because it offends people, that's what they should do. as long as they don't phase out the colors, red, white, blue, i'm good.
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>> it looks cold in cleveland. >> team remains copyright ownership of the logo and it can profit from the sale of chief wahoo merchandise. >> cleveland american indian movement still hopes the team will change its nickname. tom brady may have abruptly ended his radio appearance in defense of his family but doesn't want the host to lose his job. >> brady cut short an interview with a boston radio station upset about the host who had previously made disparaging remarks about his 5-year-old daughter. >> it is very disappointing when you hear that certainly with my daughter or any child, you know they certainly don't deserve that. >> the station, weei, confirmed that the host had been suspended indefinitely. last night in minneapolis, brady said he certainly hopes the guy isn't fired. >> we all have careers and we all, you know, make mistakes. and, i mean i would hate for some one to have to change their life over something like that. that was certainly not what he intended. >> brady also says he considers criticism part of sports. but doesn't think children
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should be part of that criticism. >> i agree with that. the initial disparaging remark was made while the host was commenting on brady's new facebook reality series called tom versus time. some of the scenes feature his family. and that was one of the first comments that the radio host had to say when they asked what did you think about it? he said found the kids to be annoying. and went on from there. >> all right. >> all right. not the best. guessing he regrets that remark. >> think so. >> when we come back "the bachelor" recap. >> plus, chris pratt shirtless. and it's still two days away from sweeps. eh, we're getting it in early. guessing he regrets that remark. >> think so. >> when we come back "the bachelor" recap. >> plus, chris pratt shirtless. and it's still two days away from sweeps. eh, we're getting it in early. ready gl with febreze. breathe happy.
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no, i don't think i will go tonight. i felt incredibly disrespected. i'm upset. and no, i, i won't be going. no. >> this is going to be crazy. this is going to be crazy. >> hello. ♪ skinny so skinny >> so what happened?
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>> it is going to be crazy. >> yeah, i'm not going to do that at all. what was with that? that pretty much summed up last night's episode of the bachelor. >> arie and the ladies headed to fort lauderdale. crystal again center of attention. storming off and stripping down. storming off and stripping down. >> our chief senior global bachelor analyst, jack, watched the episode and threw up afterward. no, i lied. no, i lied. he amazingly -- he's out sick and amazingly knew what was going to happen. >> arie's season of bachelor. getting rid of them fast. >> critical time to get the one-on-one date with arie. >> chelsea. would you like to go on a date? >> oh, my god. chelsea the villain. >> one-on-one finally. and i am ecstatic about it.
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>> didn't take long for the drama to restart. >> watching chelsea make out with him makes me feel kind of nauseous. >> i don't want to watch this. >> no, we don't. let's go. >> chelsea is not making too many friends. >> whoo. >> time for the group date. >> winning team gets to go to the after party. the losing team goes back to the hotel. >> one thing expected, drama. this one trying to get in on the act. >> i've been a little bit upset. i feel like the way crystal conducted herself recently rubbed some people the wrong way. >> i thought about it. i feel like it is a little unfair to everyone here. so i feel like it would be good to have you at the after party too. >> oh, that had to hurt. >> i thought for a time he didn't want it. he wanted to give it to other girls. fine, i am done. >> chelsea, she has sharp elbows. >> on the way home, crystal literally like lost her mind. >> that is -- i'm [ bleep ] over it. i feel like a lot of the girls here don't operate at my level.
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i am tired of lowering myself to try to stoop to theirs. i'm done. that was glitter. glitter. >> rose ceremony. >> ladies, the final rose tonight. >> crystal. >> time for some to head for the door. she never stood a chance. let's hope all of the research is coordinated. analyst out. >> ha-ha-ha. >> okay. crystal is hanging around for a week. jack by the way forgot -- >> the kiss count. >> kiss count. >> kiss count. >> where is the kiss count. >> there you go. >> stop. stops at -- >> 12. >> does he still have a tongue? >> you know who he didn't kiss? >> crystal. >> didn't kiss crystal? but kissed 12 others. >> maybe he was tired after all that. >> think he was. no wonder he came back for another season of "the bachelor."
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all right, tom hanks wants to be your neighbor. >> would you be my neighbor. >> won't you be. >> he is set to play mr. rogers and sometime before the movie comes out kendis will learn the song. >> titled "you are my friend" will feature roger's friendship with tom gerard. mr. rogers neighborhood ran for 33 years on pbs. >> look like america's dad has been preparing for this part for quite a while. check him out. >> wearing the cardigan with confidence. >> yeah. >> would you be mine. could you be mine? won't you be my neighbor. >> okay. age old question, which chris is the hotest? hemsworth, pine, evans. >> hemsworth. >> campbell. >> definitely campbell. >> pratt, the latest evidence in favor of the jurassic world star. >> first major tv commercial set to air during the super bowl. showing him getting in shape. training to be --
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wherever you wherever you are wherever you come from in the world, this is a city that's built on dreams. today, you made my dream come true. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, beckham! thank you, beckham! thank you, beckham! >> i think they like him. david beckham in miami. with football fans there chanting thank you to the british icon and global superstar, h & m model. >> his title almost longer than jack's. after a four year struggle, beckham has delivered a major league soccer club to miami as its new owner. abc's adrian bankart has the exclusive with beckham and talked about his venture, victoria and their four kids.
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>> reporter: it has been almost four years since he started his quest to bring soccer to miami. his family by his side, every step of the way. >> they have seen him come back, seen him smile from talking about miami. seen me frustrated. and the way of teaching them is, it is not all smooth sailing. you know, there is going to be difficult times. just how you react when you go through difficult times. >> wife victoria and four kids, brooklyn, romeo, cruz, harper split time between britain and the states, now they're about to spend even more time here. >> my youngest boy, cruz, had his first cuban sandwich. he was like, he was like this is the best thing i have ever done. he is looking forward to that. made his dreams come true with a sandwich. >> reporter: the deal brings beckham to the east coast to see brooklyn at college in new york, his youngest, harper is only 6. >> i would like to think she is a daddy's girl. and, my wife can see this, i think she is a daddy's girl personally. but i am so proud of all of the kids.
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you know, i'm so proud of what the people that, that they're becoming. >> victoria about to start fashion week, work, school for the kids in the uk. no family move to florida yet. >> we still will be living in london. obviously spending a huge amount of time here. whenever they can they will be coming over. >> very cool for them. >> yeah. >> check out the star-studded congratulations that came in for beckham. celebrities congratulated beckham. including tom brady. jay-z, j-lo, the kids. hear what the beckham family had to say. >> hi, daddy. >> congratulations. >> dad, can't believe you are going to be a club owner. so cool. all so proud of you. >> we can't wait to be spending much more time in miami. >> welcome to miami, neighbor. >> miami. soccer team. >> if you need anything, just let me know. you know that's kind of my town. >> so they t
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making news in america this morning, a secret memo claiming to reveal misconduct at the fbi moves one step closer to being made public. this morning, what it could mean for the russia investigation one day after the fbi's deputy director stepped down facing an internal investigation. the state of the union. the boycott plan for president trump's prime time address as we learn who will join first lady melania trump tonight. plus, the embarrassing typo now being corrected. a mobile emergency center deployed to help fight the flu. hospitals taking drastic new measures as another boy dies after being diagnosed. this morning the three states currently being hit the hardest. plus, a famous film critic in trouble accused of buying his twitter followers. tom brady strikes a

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